2017 = 2013 ✔️
2018 = 2014 ✔️
2019 = 2015 ✔️
2020 = 2016 ❔

“History doesn’t repeat itself but it often rhymes.” is a popular saying in the investing space. It sure is one we can apply to crypto.
Bitcoin and all crypto are very cyclical assets and had several cycles that were really similar to each other.

Previous years 2019, 2018 and 2017 were similar to the years 2015, 2014 and 2013. Then it would make sense if this year is also similar to 2016, you would think.

If so, what would the year look like for Bitcoin? And for altcoins?

This is just my own opinion, this is not financial advice.

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8 replies
  1. ave
    ave says:

    Make an Portfolio update Quinton. I hope there is Tezos already in it 😉 Waves is interesting as well. Ps.: Do not oversee Cardano staking progress.

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    Kourtney Davids says:

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